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Chapter 13. Building Unbound Applications > Why This Chapter Is Important

Why This Chapter Is Important

Sometimes Access introduces unnecessary overhead into an application. When this occurs, you might decide to control everything yourself. An unbound form uses no linked tables. With an unbound form, you must do everything yourself. You must write the code to connect to the database, populate the form with data, and save any changes to disk. The process generally involves a combination of ActiveX data object (ADO) code, pass-through queries, and SQL Server stored procedures. The text that follows covers specific techniques involved.


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